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Nov 06 2019 The Dream Mine's ore processing mill Image credit Daily Herald The story of the “Dream Mine” starts with John Koyle a modest stooped soft spoken dirt farmer and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints While serving as a missionary for the church in the southern states Koyle earned a reputation of being a

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